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GM offers a 15,000-mile annual allowance for Bolt leaseholders

General Motors' Chevrolet division starts offering countrywide $329 monthly leases for its Bolt electric vehicle.

The kicker: They only have three years to do it.

The cars must be able to navigate an SAE-designated urban driving course.

Of course, that depends on whether PSA buys the brand.

Opel cites the challenges of furthering both electric and conventional drivetrain technology as a reason to go all-electric.

Bolt sales doubled between December and January.

Chevrolet Bolt electric-vehicle sales already outpaced the more established Nissan Leaf in just its second month of availability.

Hey Tesla, how ya doing?

GM expects to make more deliveries in California, Oregon this month.

That sales rate would put Bolt on par with the Tesla Model S.

The battery maker for Chevy's reasonably priced EV expects big sales.

Chevy dealers in LA, SF Bay Area are already reporting allocations.

General Motors will take the EV model nationwide after starting on the West Coast, though still won't give a timetable.

Express Drive program drivers will be able to rent some of the first Bolts.

Ride-hailing operator won't be ahead of car buyers, but will share the distinction of getting the first Bolt EVs.

More detailed range ratings from the EPA give insight into the Bolt's livability.

But the Chevy Bolt's 217-mile highway range drags its overall rating down to 238.

General Motors will need to add an 'EV' suffix to indicate the difference.

And you thought hearing the difference between Bolt and Volt was confusing in the States.

LG reached a six-year agreement last year to be a parts supplier for the Bolt.

South Korea-based LG preps to make about a dozen parts for the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles.

GM uses aluminum, grille 'shutters' to compensate.

You can't have both.

Drivers in Los Angeles and Denver are next on the list to try out this unusual twist on rentals.

You can now rent a car to use as a Lyft taxi, including the new Chevy Bolt and Volt. Well, not the Bolt yet, but soon.

These cars likely preview Lyft's autonomous EV.

Two Chevy Bolt EVs, one still wearing camo, were spotted in San Francisco. Both have what appear to be autonomous driving test devices on the roof.

There's a changing of the guard as GM prepares to go all-in on the Chevy Bolt.

GM stopped production of the Cadillac ELR extended-range plug-in in February.

A 30-second comparison of the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt. Eddie Sabatini reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.

A 30 second comparison between the Tesla Model 3 and the Chevy Bolt.

A Tesla Model 3, Chevy Bolt comparison in under 45 seconds.

Thunder stolen?

Chevy takes a bite of Tesla's sandwich, shows a pre-production version of the Bolt EV on the assembly line in Michigan.

OEM, Supplier Enter Into New Relationship To Build Electric Vehicle

GM engineers say that the evolving relationship with LG Chem is what's going to make the upcoming Bolt EV possible.

200-Mile Single-Charge Range May Not Be Enough To Reach London

General Motors' upcoming 200-mile electric vehicle may not be available in a right-hand-drive variant.

GM May Also Phase Out Volt/Ampera in Europe

Remember the Opel Ampera, the European Volt? Well, General Motors may sell the Bolt electric vehicle as an Opel in Europe.

$30,000 price tag mooted

More unofficial sources say that GM will unveil its 200-mile, $30,000 EV at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday. Its name? The Chevrolet Bolt.

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